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Investment Insights Podcast: What’s roiling the market, and where do we go from here?

Tim Holland, CFA, Senior Vice President, Global Investment Strategist

On this week’s podcast (recorded December 6, 2018),
Tim discusses the recent drawdown in US equities and the associated volatility.

Quick hits:

  • Since October 1st, the S&P 500 is off approximately 9% while also experiencing two intra-period rallies of approximately 6%.
  • While both trade and monetary policy are legitimate concerns for the market into year end, we continue to believe that cooler heads will prevail concerning the US / China trade dynamic and that the US Federal Reserve will move cautiously on interest rates in the new year.
  • Brinker Capital remains constructive on the US economy and US equities into year end.

For Tim’s full insights, click here to listen to the audio recording.

The views expressed are those of Brinker Capital and are not intended as investment advice or recommendation. For informational purposes only. Holdings are subject to change. Brinker Capital, Inc., a registered investment advisor.

CMA review: Final findings and recommendations

December 12, 2018

What are the final findings and recommendations from the CMA report?   The final report   This post was going to be a reaction to Theresa May’s meaningful vote, but it looks as though that will have to wait for a while. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) however, have stepped in to fill the

To fear or not to fear the yield curve

December 07, 2018 - HR News Alerts

Washington Employers Must Collect Paid Family and Medical Leave Premiums Starting Jan. 1


Premiums Due to State by April 30

While paid family and medical leave (PFML) benefits do not become payable to employees until 2020, beginning January 1, 2019, Washington employers must start withholding PFML premiums equal to 0.4% of the employee’s gross wage from each employee's paycheck. Employers with 1-49 employees do not have to split the premium cost with their employees, but employers with 50 or more employees must pay 37% of the premium and withhold 63% of the premium from the employee’s paycheck.

Premiums are due to the state at the end of the calendar month immediately after the end of a calendar quarter, beginning April 30, 2019. Click here for more information.

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